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Early Childhood Screening

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Early Childhood Screening is designed for children

ages 3-5 years old.

Screening looks at different areas of your child's development to make sure your child is growing and developing as expected.

Screening sessions are different for each age level to ensure the child is meeting typical milestones for their age. 

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Why Screening is Important

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The early years of a child's development are an important time of rapid growth and learning. Having a screening performed for your child during this time of their development supports their readiness for kindergarten.

This screening also helps identify any health or developmental concerns. Identifying these concerns early on will connect your child with additional support they may need to continue healthy development.

Developmental Areas Checked

Educational Toys
  • Vision

  • Hearing

  • Height & Weight

  • Development of Motor Skills

  • Muscle Functioning

  • Thinking

  • Language & Speech

  • Social-Emotional Development 

  • Immunization Review

  • Review of Health History, Any Risk Factors or Concerns

Schedule an Appointment

Early Childhood Screening is required for entrance into Minnesota’s public schools, or within 30 days of enrollment into kindergarten.

Early Childhood Screening is offered by Mid-State Education District in partnership with Royalton, Pierz, Swanville, and Upsala Schoool Districts.


For Questions or to Schdule An Appointment

Screening Secretary

Erin Cheney

(320) 360-7698

Early Childhood Coordinator

Beka Swisher

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